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Enjoy "Digging Into the Gardens" blog, written by Denver Botanic Gardens' staff.

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Support the Gardens on Colorado Gives Day

December 1, 2022 Robert Price

Together, we do so much more. Denver Botanic Gardens is excited to announce Colorado Gives Day coming up on Tuesday, December 6. For 24 hours, Colorado comes together to raise funds for local

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Protecting Rare Plants with Science

November 28, 2022 Michelle DePrenger-Levin

The Endangered Species Act of 1973 is the primary law protecting rare and imperiled species and their habitats in the United States. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is responsible for adding or

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High Line Heroes at Work

November 16, 2022 Research & Conservation

Denver Botanic Gardens’ scientists embarked on their third season of research this summer in partnership with the High Line Canal Conservancy to survey plant communities along the 71-mile trail. I was

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Support Local Food

November 14, 2022 Katie Meyer

The Chatfield Farms Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program just wrapped up its 12th season of growing food. In 2022 we grew roughly 71,000 pounds of produce. Most of the produce was distributed

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Host Your Holiday Party at Chatfield Farms

November 9, 2022 Tiffany Coleman

Glittering cottonwoods twinkle overhead while cheery lights drape a charming barn and adorn Chatfield Farms like a glistening frost. In the distance the foothills of the mountains are still visible

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November Walking Tour – Gimme Shelter

November 7, 2022 Kevin Williams

As the weather turns cold, we seek coziness, covering ourselves in layers of clothing, nestling into blankets and if we’re fortunate, taking sanctuary in heated habitations. When it comes to the

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Join the Colorado Pollinator Summit on Nov. 9

November 1, 2022 Sonya Anderson

I am immensely proud that Denver Botanic Gardens is hosting the 2022 Colorado Pollinator Summit on Wednesday, November 9. Open to the public, the theme is “Scaling Pollinator Conservation for a New

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3 Tips to Get Your Garden Ready for Late Fall

October 28, 2022 Maddy Torraca-Jones

The Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) team has had a great growing season at Chatfield Farms. As the season winds down, our focus shifts from planting and harvesting vegetables and flowers to

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O’Fallon Perennial Walk Mapping Project

October 17, 2022 Horticulture Department

Prior to this internship I had spent the better part of a year being consumed by all things public gardens and plant collections. And because of this, I knew that for my internship I just had to have

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